God isn’t a vending machine; you don’t put in a dollar and get a dollar’s worth of answers. God is more like an ocean, as soon as you jump into his presence, you can swim and keep reaching new depths of his care for you, but it’s up to you how deep you want to go. In this sermon from our service on December 16, 2018, we continue our sermon series in James: Doing Truth – Keep Praying.
God has a time for everything he brings into our lives. Our Father stands at the door, ready to spring into action, to offer us hope in our dark moments of suffering if we will call out to him.
On Sunday, December 2, we had a special service focused on Missions and our part in God’s plan for Missions. Listen as Pastor Gary Weston preaches on Sending.
Have you become the sovereign authority of your life? Is God treated as a distant cousin in your life? On Sunday, November 25th, Pastor Mike Marczak preached this sermon: Misplaced Sovereignty, as a continuation of our Doing Truth sermon series.
Our job is to love others and believe the best about them and leave judgment up to God. In our continuing sermon series, Doing Truth, Pastor Mike Marczak tackles the difficult subject of judgement.
First Rule of Holes — When you find yourself in one, stop digging. Find out more in this sermon from the book of James. This is a continuation of our Doing Truth sermon series.
Are you bitter, jealous, at odds with others? In this continuation of our Doing Truth series, Pastor Gary Weston uncovers how God’s wisdom is different than worldly wisdom and addresses how we can take our first step toward change.
Our words are gifts from God designed to offer life-giving, emotionally uplifting, and spiritually transforming actions. In this continuation of the book of James, we tackle the Power of Speech in our lives and the lives of those around us.
We are not called to have some sort of intelligent understanding of our faith in Jesus, and yet not demonstrate it for one another in a real tangible way. As we continue our study in the book of James, Pastor Mike Marczak challenged us to embrace the needs of others, like Jesus would.
Loving our neighbor is central to our identity in Christ. In James 2, God calls us to live a life of mercy. This sermon is a continuation of our sermon series in the book of James: Doing Truth.
Is it difficult for you to love those who are different than you? In this sermon from the book of James, Pastor Mike Marczak deals with the difficult subject of favoritism and how to combat it by looking at everyone through the eyes of Jesus.
It is not enough to merely listen and study the Word of God. We must take it to heart and do what it says. On Sunday, September 30, 2018, Pastor Gary Weston continues in our James sermon series on Doing Truth.
“God puts trails in our way to bless us, he uses our struggles to mature us, and transform us.” Our James sermon series continued on Sunday, September 23, 2018.
Whether rich or poor, we must strive to see ourselves, not in the light of our material condition, but of our spiritual condition. Join us in our journey through James as we uncover the trials of poverty and wealth.
Wisdom is held up as a great virtue and something that we can grow in, and strive for as we walk through life. Join us on our journey through James as we uncover the difference wisdom makes. James 1:5-8
God uses our trials to mature us and grow us. Listen to the first sermon in our new series, “Doing Truth: Wisdom for the Road of Life”. Journey with us through the book of James.
Jesus gives new life and new purpose for our skills. On Sunday, August 26, 2018, we heard the testimony of Matthew. This is the last sermon in our summer series, Portraits of Faith.
Who is your Paul (mentor)? Who is your Timothy (who are you pouring into)? It is healthy, as a Christian, to have a Timothy as well as to be one. Find out more about Timothy in our recent sermon.
Christianity is a movement of behind the scenes people. Listen to our latest sermon about Andrew to learn the ways he was one of those people. Where do we take others when they come to us with a need? Andrew? He took them to Jesus.
On Sunday, August 5, 2018, we continued our summer sermon series, Portraits of Faith with a look at the life of Peter.
Is your faith at the place where you are willing to believe the impossible and step out to trust God? On Sunday, July 29, 2018, we continued our Portraits of Faith series looking at the life of Mary and how God magnified His grace through her faith.
God uses ordinary people to accomplish His purposes. In this week’s Portrait of Faith, we discover how Esther was willing to be used by God for such a time as this.
God has chosen each of us to break down barriers in our sphere of influence. Are you willing to obey him, no matter the cost? This sermon is a continuation of our summer Portraits of Faith series.
Our gifts and abilities may be meager, but if we’ll put what we have in God’s hands, he’ll make more than enough. On Sunday, July 1, we looked at the life of Moses and how we can increase our faith by God’s magnified grace. This is our summer sermon series, Portraits of Faith.